We can all do something to help make the powerful case against HS2.
Whether it's pointing out the waste of money which is HS2, the unacceptable environmental damage the project would cause or the dodgy figures used to justify the business case, we can all do something. Whether you only have a few minutes, or you want to dedicate more of your time to make the case against HS2, find out here how you can help.
Just have a few minutes? Make HS2AA part of every day
Sign Up as a Supporter of HS2AA - Lend us your voice to make the powerful case against HS2. Sign up here.
Follow us on Twitter - Be among the first to know about campaign news, actions and ways you can help. Follow HS2AA on Twitter and retweet to help spread the word about the flaws in HS2
Follow us on Facebook - Keep track of our campaigns and other HS2AA news on Facebook. You'll also be one of the first to hear about breaking news from our actions and what you can do to help our campaign to make the powerful case against HS2
Donate to HS2AA - HS2AA’s national campaign is expensive. HS2AA is competing to make a powerful case against a well-funded pro-high speed rail campaign. Every penny donated helps us make the powerful case against HS2. Details of how to donate can be found here
Have a little more time?
Write to your MP - MPs need to hear from you why HS2 is not in the national interest. Please write or email them your views on HS2. If you are not sure who your MP is click here.
If you prefer, we've made it easy to write a letter to your MP. Go to highspeedrail.org.uk/xaa follow the instructions and in 2 minutes you will have sent a letter to your MP about why HS2 is not in the national interest.
Write/Email the Government - Write to Patrick McLoughlin (Secretary of State for Transport), Simon Burns (Minister of State for Transport), Stephen Hammond (Minister of State for Transport) or Norman Baker (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport) at Great Minster House 33 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 4DR . Simon Burns has day to day responsibility for HS2 with oversight from the Secretary of State.
Let the Transport Select Committee know you don’t think HS2 is in the national interest by writing to them at House of Commons Transport Select Committee, 7 Millbank, House of Commons
Get Involved in Your Area
By joining a local group you'll be joining thousands of volunteers around the country who are passionate about the threat of HS2. You can campaign on the high street, work on assessing environmental, habitat and mitigation impacts and raise the profile of the threat of HS2 locally. There are over 70 local groups working in communities threatened by HS2.
Fancy a more active role?
HS2AA is entirely staffed by volunteers who donate their time and skills to help us with our work. Our volunteers can be found in every facet of the organisation-undertaking research, lobbying, media planning, running campaigns, assisting with IT and even erecting posters around Chequers. If you would like to join our team and find out how rewarding volunteering for HS2AA can be, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact us if you would like to help.